Are You Going to Dreamforce?


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Are You Going to Dreamforce?

  1. 1.    Are You Going to Dreamforce? 25, 2011By Joseph OleshTier10 Marketing will be sending four team members to San Francisco for Dreamforce, a cloud computingevent hosted by Leaders from Google, Facebook, Burberry, Verizon and the like,convene at The Moscone Center (and adjacent Marriott Marquis and Intercontinental hotels) for a week ofkeynote presentations, seminars, certification tests, and hands-on courses.Keynote speakers include CEO Marc Benioff and Google Executive Chairman Eric E.Schmidt. Kazuhiro Haraguchi (Chairman, Comms Committee, Japan), Vivek Kundra (Former CIO of theUnited States of America), and Neelie Kroes (European Commissioner for Digital Agenda) will bedelivering "A Vision for the Future: The Digital Agenda."Dreamforce 2011 also includes musical performances from and Metallica.Follow these Tier10 Marketing team members during Dreamforce for all their insights andobservations:Joseph Olesh, Emerging Media Director -@josepholeshSara Schoeb, Salesforce Administrator - @Sara_SchoebTommy Welti, Sr. Web Designer - @TommyWeltiDarren VanCleave, COO - @TrueFictionEnt  
  2. 2. 10 Tips for Dreamforce Social InteractivitySee the succeeding tips from to optimize your "Social" Dreamforce experience:1. Official Dreamforce hashtag: #df112. Let people know youre going to Dreamforce by posting to Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ often leadsto serendipitous moments. Find out who else is going and see if people have recommendations for whoyou should meet.3. Get dialed-in by subscribing to Salesforces Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube channels, and set-upyour mobile apps.4. Form Connections on Chatter: Get Dreamforce started early by finding people you want to meet fromyour hometown, in your same industry, or with overlapping interests. Send direct messages to arrangeface-to-face meetings. The earlier in the week you make these connections, the more fun the conferencebecomes.5. Check-in at Dreamforce: When you arrive at the airport, Moscone Center, the product expo, or a partyat night, try checking in on your mobile phone to see who is nearby. It is a huge event and you might besurprised by the connections you make.6. Tell your friends and co-workers to tune in by visiting On Wednesday, Sept1st & Thursday, Sept 2nd, the keynotes will be covered, plus two days of studio shows with a who’s wholist of guest speakers from the community.7. Join the Conversation by using Twitter to take notes, capture great quotes, ask questions, and sharewhat you’ve learned at Dreamforce. Remember to include the #df11 hashtag and “@username” of thesession speakers. If you’re not ready for Twitter, the Dreamforce App is a great place to start.8. Your Private Social Network: The Dreamforce Chatter App lets you connect with other people from theconference to share ideas, best practices, and recommendations. Install the Chatter Mobile App today soyou can look up people on the go and follow conversations that interest you.9. Getting Help at Dreamforce: Have a question while youre at the conference? Post it to Chatter with the#help hashtag or @Dreamforce on Twitter and our community team will point you in the right direction.You’ll see first hand the Service Cloud in action.10. Share Your Experience: Tweet @Tier10Marketing with your insights and observations. We will becompiling a "best-of" list after Dreamforce!http://www.Tier10Lab.com